Cox pledges $20M per year to bridge internet-access gap

WEST WARWICK – A Cox Communications survey shows 91 percent of parents agree that low-cost internet service at home helps students get ready to graduate and 89 percent believe students get higher grades as a result of having internet at home. The broadband company has offered Connect2Compete, its internet program for those with low incomes,…

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